8th Grade Finance Fair

8th graders at CMS got a real good “cents” of budgeting in the real world recently thanks to the Real Money, Real World finance program sponsored by The Ohio State University. Students each start the fair with a career and salary, then visit several stations where they use their income to budget and pay for items like mortgages, cars, … Read more

6th Students at Cardinal Middle School Enjoy STEM Career Fair

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math took over the halls at CMS May 18th. 6th grade students once again lined them to give their presentations on STEM careers. Students are required to research a particular career of interest in the science, technology, engineering, or math areas, create a display, and give a presentation to staff and students dressed as … Read more

Rockwell Reward for Kenston Intermediate Students

Kenston Intermediate School fifth graders who earned ribbons for the Top Ten Invention Convention projects were invited to visit Rockwell Automation. During the Invention Convention, all students learned the design process to come up with their invention and then worked independently or in pairs. Upon their visit they were introduced to how the design process works in the business … Read more

Showcasing Students at Timmons Elementary School

Kenston’s Timmons Elementary School kindergarteners invited their families and special friends to celebrate an annual tradition of sharing their school portfolio. Students showcased samples of their work that demonstrated their progress and effort as the school year ends and they get ready to move on to first grade. Pictured In Photo: Maci Amstutz and her mom, Kelly Amstutz. … Read more

Putting Knowledge to Work at Kenston High School

Physics students in Mr. Christian Barrus’ Physics classes put their circuitry knowledge and skills to work to modify and adapt toys to interface with an adaptive controller for children with disabilities. The workshop provided by RePlay for Kids and sponsored by a First Energy Educator Grant resulted in 40 new electronic toys rewired by high school students for … Read more

Chagrin Falls Middle School Attends Concert at Severance Hall

At Chagrin Falls Middle School, there is a culture of communication and collaboration. “To provide support to students and staff in order to maximize potential, growth and achievement, we must build a climate of teamwork,” said Principal Laila Discenza, Chagrin Falls Middle School. “Therefore, we attended Severance Hall as a whole school to view the Cleveland Orchestra perform … Read more

Careers in Science Day at Chagrin Falls Middle School

The Chagrin Falls Middle School science department hosted the first annual Science and Technology Career Day on May 11th. Parents and community members were invited to share their careers with our students. The day was a great success. Special thanks to Chagrin Falls PTO for providing cookies and water for the presenters. Also thanks to the following parents … Read more

Chagrin Falls Junior Student Council Bike Drive Donates 130 Bikes to Ohio City Bicycle Co-op and the Cleveland Refugee Bike Project

Despite all the flat tires and squeaky brakes, lots of bikes will be rolling to new riders thanks to Chagrin Falls School families and community members who donated to the Junior Student Council bike drive this spring. On Sunday, April 23rd Chagrin Falls Student Council members Jack Kukla, Chris Currey, Ben Cervelloni, Eneh Turoczi, Cam Lucas, Michael … Read more